We are here to help you with home staging as the best way to present your Carroll Gardens home to buyers (or potential buyers). Some people don’t believe that home staging is important but aesthetics is important whether we like it or not. It’s called the first impression and it is the crucial element when it comes to selling your old home.
Present your Carroll Gardens home to buyers the best you can
Do you want to show them how the place will look fully furnished and ready for them to make a home there but don’t have the furniture? That’s not a problem and you don’t really have to buy anything. Let them choose the best furniture and you can rent some for home-staging. If you are bringing your furniture with you to your new home it’s best to work with experts. Professional movers can help you relocate all those heavy items.
Tips and tricks from real estate agents
For selling your Carroll Gardens home we suggest you find a reliable local real estate agent to help you out. The other way is to do it on your own online. There are websites like Zillow that can be of great help. Now let’s get back to tips and tricks as a way to present your Carroll Gardens home to buyers. The best one is home staging but we already told you that one. Next, it might be good to hire a professional crew to clean the place thoroughly. Make sure that there is enough natural light in the home. Remove all dark and thick curtains. Don’t forget the old smell trick from real estate agents. Make sure that the place smells like cookies or popcorn. That will make people feel better as well the pleasing aesthetic to match the smell.
Small renovations in order to present well your Carroll Gardens home to buyers
There are small renovations that are not very expansive but can mean a lot when you are trying to sell your old home. Painting walls in white is always smart. The home will look clean and fresh and you can do it on your own or with a help of some friends. If you have a garage, make sure to declutter it. Clutter will make protentional buyers forget about all the good things you have done with the place since it’s in human nature to focus on the negative.
Hiring an agent to help you
We already talked about how this can be a smart choice but we forgot to mention that you need to pay special attention to the agent you are hiring. Make sure he or she is nice and kind. They are presenting your home to potential buyers after all. So make sure to interview a couple of them before hiring.
Lisa Roberts has been engaged in writing blog articles for the last 7 years. Although she started off her career in the moving industry, her experience brought diversification to the content topics she covers. Today, her range of topics spans from moving across the globe to everyday lifestyle tips, marketing, real-estate news, etc. In her spare time, Lisa enjoys running, reading books and spending time with her dogs Lue and Sill. As a great lover of life, she finds something practical and useful in every experience, which contributes to her portfolio as well.